* To launch the Chevy Cruze sedan in Thailand this year * Sees year-end industry-wide sales of over 700,000 units * Tremendous opportunities in SE Asia, Thai politics no worry By Ploy Ten Kate BANGKOK, July 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] believes vehicle sales in Thailand could rise to more than 700,000 units this year as the economy proves resilient to recent political unrest and grows along with the rest of Southeast Asia. In 2009, Thai auto sales totalled 549,000 ...
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